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find out who's tournament so local 5 news at seconds. "you're watching local
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brad/wx wall weather adlib: there is windy, then there is windy! today with winds gusting up well, the winds will be today and into the evening. temperatures did manage to make it and will stay mild tonight. with mainly clear skies tonight our temps will drop back into the upper 30s to lower 40s across iowa. saturday is shaping up to be a really nice day with sunny skies most of the day, mild temperatures and much lighter winds! highs will be mainly in the 50s saturday, but the metro could reach 60 again. stephanie: the warm weather is nice...but potholes are not. find out where they are and what the city is doing about it. jack: day three of state wrestling action and we bring you all the highlights right from the mat " local 5 news at 10 in
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jack/2shot good evening and welcome to local 5 news, home of we are iowa dot com. i'm jack miller. stephanie/2shot and i'm stephanie angleson. now that the weather's gotten a little warmer, you've probably found a few potholes with your car. they can definitely be a pain, and it takes a relentless effort to keep them under control. stephanie: local five's jacob peklo joins us now with more on pothole patrol. jacob: it's feeling a little bit more like spring, but that doesn't mean that the full-blown repairs are underway on the roadways. just this week, the city of west patched up more than one hundred since tuesday, they went through six tons but the real work is still to come. natural sound: "yeah, as the temperatures went up, the job of jude cigrand got a little bit more difficult to predict. jude cigrand, des as workers, being out it's nice to get the sunshine, but it can be upcoming spring." across the metro are gearing up for pothole season. natural sound of
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temperatures mean that some short term fixes are in place for the weather-beaten roadways. natural sound of shovel banging joe cory, wdm deputy public works director: "we run the entire major corridors of all the major streets, catch everything we can and then we also take any calls from the public." multiple crews are applying a cold patch, which will last long enough to get to the applying a cold patch, which will last long enough to get to the streets to summer. the material at the time of year, is going by the tons, to fill in the gaps, but even the best job can quickly be undone. joe cory, wdm deputy public works director: "essentially, when we have another freeze- thaw cycle, that pothole has another opportunity to pop back out." though they haven't spotted anything major yet, they're always on the lookout. natural sound of truck idling some spots are redone on a nearly annual basis, but some fixes can last a long time. natural sound of shoveling banging and scraping but workers like cigrand will tell you they'll never feel out of the woods, until the summer is back in full swing. jude cigrand, des moines public works: "we never know snow or if we're going to have a refreeze or if we're going to be patching holes. we've
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accommodate the public as much as possible." jacob: one other reminder when you see trucks out filling potholes, give them a little bit of extra space to work with. cory told me a lot of times the workers get so swept up in the job, they can forget how close they are to the traffic. so, a little extra room can make a big difference. in the studio, jacob peklo, local five news. we are iowa. stephanie: we want to know if you've experienced pot hole problems while driving the past few days? and tell us where they are! you can post you thoughts on twitter and facebook. or send us an email or give us a call . we'd love to hear what you think! the contact information is on your screen. jack: after months of fighting for a spot in the dow- dupont merger, the city of johnston lost its bid as a headquarters location. instead the company today chose wilmington, delaware, where its headquarters is already located. but most of the 26-hundred jobs in johnston should be
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the iowa economic development authority awarded 16 million dollars in incentives to dow-dupont, and the city of johnston kicked in a million dollars more. dow-dupont says no matter what, about 10 percent of jobs are being trimmed globally as part of the streamlining of the merger. " " see some more loss of jobs in short term. but over long term we believe they'll do research activities here in johnston, employment numbers will go back up again, possibly higher than what we have currently" " jack: iowa leaders are speaking out about dupont's decision, with congressman steve king saying, quote, this news is more than disappointing for our great state and for all the hard working men and women who were laid off as a result of dow- dupont's decision." stephanie: the waiting game continues for the iowa utilities board decision on the bakken pipeline. today, the board resumed its discussions about any and all conditions several concerned groups have expressed about the pipeline. some believe the
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approval, though plenty of questions remain. ed fallon, anti-pipeline: "well, it's hard to read huser. she's asking a lot of good questions. she's really dominating the conversation and i respect her for digging into some of these issues a little more than the others, but it's still hard to know which way it's going to go." chad carter, pro- pipeline: "i believe with the 80 percent chad carter, pro- pipeline: "i believe with the 80 percent voluntary easement that they've got with the landowners in iowa, that has to say a lot, and three other states have approved the permits." stephanie: the board will meet again on march 9th and 10th. it's possible they could announce its decision at either one of those meetings. stay with local five for the latest on the pipeline. jack: round 3 in the presidential race is happening tomorrow. jack: nevada and south carolina voters will choose their candidates. democrats are caucusing in nevada, where the race is very close between bernie sanders and hillary clinton. in south carolina, republican voters will choose their nominee tomorrow in a primary, with donald trump and ted cruz still
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polls. marco rubio is hoping the recent endorsement of south carolina governor nikki haley will boost him with undecided voters there. we'll be covering both events tomorrow here on local 5. stephanie: jack: chief meteorologist brad edwards here now... brad ((ad lib weather toss)) stephanie: coming up on local 5 news at 10... we'll show you video of just local 5 news at 10... we'll show you video of just how fierce those winds got, especially if you were out on the road. jack: then, who came out on top at the state wrestling tournament in the third day of matches? our sports team breaks down the results. take sot tomorrow on good morning iowa... "monday on good morning iowa he may be leading the polls... but not all voters are fond of the idea of a trump presidency.. and for those fearing it might happen, a canadian island plus... a look at your forecast ((:04 wx ad-lib)) that's monday on the all-new good morning iowa! and sam has a look at
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that's tomorrow on the all-new good
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forecast with chief meteorologist brad sports with sports director jon schaeffer. this is local 5 news at 10. we are iowa."
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the windy weather made driving dangerous today. in linn county, two semis you see here were blown over because of the strong gusts earlier today. stephanie: jack: brad brad: weather adlib: there is windy, then there is windy! today has been the latter with winds gusting up to 60 mph in the metro! well, the winds will be diminishing the rest of today and into the evening. temperatures did manage to make it up to 60 in des moines and will stay mild tonight. with mainly clear skies tonight our temps will drop back into the upper 30s to lower 40s across iowa. saturday is shaping up to be a really nice day with sunny skies most of the day, mild temperatures and much lighter winds! highs will be mainly in the 50s saturday, but the metro could reach 60 again. brad stephanie: jack:
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stephanie: it's something well, the winds will be diminishing the rest of today and into the evening. temperatures did manage to make it up to 60 in des moines and will stay mild tonight. with mainly clear skies tonight our temps will drop back into the upper 30s to lower 40s across iowa. saturday is shaping up to be a really nice day with sunny skies most of the day, mild temperatures and much lighter winds! highs will be mainly in the 50s saturday, but the metro could reach 60 again. brad well, the winds will be diminishing the rest of today and into the evening. temperatures did manage to make it up to 60 in des moines and will stay mild tonight. with mainly clear skies tonight our temps will drop back into the upper 30s to lower 40s across iowa. saturday is shaping up to be a
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the day, mild temperatures and much lighter winds! highs will be mainly in the 50s saturday, but the metro could reach 60 again. brad well, the winds will be diminishing the rest of today and into the evening. temperatures did manage to make it up to 60 in des moines and will stay mild tonight. with mainly clear skies tonight our temps will drop
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iowa. saturday is shaping up to be a really nice day with sunny skies most of the day, mild temperatures and much lighter winds! highs will be mainly in the 50s saturday, but the metro could reach 60 again.
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stephanie: jack: thanks brad! stephanie: it's something everyone is talking about it's something everyone is talking about this weekend- bacon fest! it starts tomorrow at the iowa events center, and local 5 got to sit down with the man behind the mouth watering festivities. "we have been at the iowa events center since yesterday basically just getting that building ready. we transform a blank canvas into a bacon wonderland so we have a crew of about 40 or 50 people setting up the food booths and the bars and the stages and the lights and the sound. " brad stephanie: jack: (reax to bacon fest) fest) jack: coming up on
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what happened court in high school basketball around central iowa. " now, local 5 sports
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jon: welcome back. can you believe we're just 3 weeks away from the boys basketball state tournament? most teams in 4a only have one game left before we start district play. the dowling maroons coming off of an upset win over hoover-- ames trying to bounce back after falling to roosevelt. the two meeting tonight. third quarter we go little cyclones work it inside to chuol chuol who gets it to go. it's just a one point game. but at the other end brendan dougherty with the three-- buries it-- dowling building third quarter. inside to 6 foot the kiss off the window and in. then dougherty showing he can traffic gets stuffed once but the put back is good to go. dowling up 8 in the fourth
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cuts it to five with that three for ames. under a minute to play now-- dowling up one-- off the missed free throw joe evans the board and the hoop and hack ames up 1. evans misses the free throw-- one point game under 15 seconds left-- sam ingoli driving and gets the floater to go off the glass and in dowling regains the lead. last chance for ames-- 5 seconds to play colby shane can he be the hero-- no but back-- still no-- and dowling holds on or the win 39 to 38 out to waukee the red hot rough riders warriors. early goings eli window for two. but waukee would answer with a big run.. drew johnson drives baseline and he'll lay it in-- making it look now michael corner-- offhe iron and--- stuck on the back board.... yes stuck.
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to get the game going again after his third try to get it down. back to the action. adam rose drives baseline-- and finishes off the glass-- waukee opening the game on 14-4 run. johnson the pull up jumper here-- and that tickles the twine. finally roosevelt finds a pulse-- emiliano parra gets the steal here and he'll take it to the hole for a pair lead down to 5. the rough rider student section loving it. then right before half still 5 point game-- it's parra again as the buzzer sounds-- burying the triple lead cut to two after a quarter.... roosevelt would complete the come back in overtime to get the win 69 to 60. jacob cleveland and des moines east traveling up to visit number seven ankeny and john peterson . the scarlets get out to a great start. first quarter. east george dantzler with the fancy moves finds fred bickham for the three. led early on. ankeny answers. riley mccoy misses the floater but tyler maschoff putback.
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we go. east had upset on its mind though. dantzler dancing on the takes it in with the left hand and lays it in with the right for two. could the scarlets pull upset?? a run at state. they wake up. finds tyler for the layup. then the home team works the half court offense. maschoff squares up in front of the east bench and buries the three. ankeny goes on senior night 85 to 66. few blocks to centennial where ottumwa was visiting. second quarter. matthew moreland going one on three. looking like dirk nowitzki out there with the hair and the fadeaway! bulldogs building the lead. jags claw back. scramble for the ball and dallas smith finds connor kasperbauer all alone for the easy layup. ottumwa led by five at the break. second half now. centennial finds its groove. great dish inside...chase edwards finds connor cullen for the hoop and the hack. this game back and forth. trey thomas sinks the three off the inbound. ankeny centennial pulls away in the second half. jags win it 54 to 45.
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still to come jordan has all of your state semifinal wrestling from this afternoon and evening coming up on local 5 sports see who's heading to tomorrow night's state championship
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welcome back-- it's been a crazy few days of state wrestling. and today was the last obstacle before
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championships. jordan: that's right jon-- and it may be the toughest day because wrestlers have to get through not one but two matches today. this morning it was quarterfinals-- this evening-- it was all about the semis. let's check out tonight's action from 3a and 2a. first up in 3a, the feel good story. indianola's kobey pritchard at 106 lost his leg to cancer, but he met his match tonight as valley's nick oldham wins 4-2. he'll face waukee's kyle biscoglia for the title. 126, sep's nathan lendt rolls past dowling's jake watters for the 20-5 tech fall. he'll face #1 triston lara of fort dodge tomorrow. 145, defending champ michael zachary will get a chance to repeat with the 10-4 decision. even adding a dab at the end. 170, #1 marcus coleman of ames takes down #3 josh edel of marshalltown 7-4. 220, ethan anderson makes it 3 for 3, getting his 3rd pin of the tournament, 1:57 in. he's one of a few go for a repeat tomorrow. "zachary of dowling and anderson of se
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let's check out 2a semis now. 138. #2 wyatt thompson of creston- orient maxburg with the takedown he'd go on to grab the 8-1 decision and give both he and his team a shot at a title. "thompson reacts to making 2a champ." jordan: now in 1a-- there were a handful
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champs looking to keep that hope alive of repeating. here's a look at how everything unfolding this afternoon's semifinals. "we pick things up at 120, 2nd ranked brady kyner of se warren, graps the pin 3:39 in and is on to the finals "it's been a long year coming... ...finally got it." 132, #2 briar cochran of moravia holds on for the 3-2 decision and on to the finals, big difference from two straight losses a year ago and you can see it on his face. "i've been holding back... ...tears of joy." 160 pounds, i-35's sal arzani racks up the points with the 14-3 major decision and is on to the final. 182, ogden's austin lentz moves to the championship with the 9-1 major decision! a great one up at 220, #1 rylan richardson of south central calhoun moves on to the finals with the 3-2 decision.
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...i'm just so happy." and up to heavyweight, manson nw webster's tim butcher is just one win a way from a state title after the 3-2 decision... "one more win... ...it's in my hands." " jon/2bam
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and you thought we had it bad with the winds in central iowa today? over in chicago, one woman nearly fell over trying to get from one building to the street. this tv reporter helped her out! that's why they call it the windy city. brad: weather adlib: put script here in green
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there is windy! today has been the latter with winds gusting up to 60 mph in the metro! well, the winds will be diminishing the rest of today and into the evening. temperatures did manage to make it up to 60 in des moines and will stay mild tonight. with mainly clear skies tonight our temps will drop back into the upper 30s to lower 40s across iowa. saturday is shaping up to be a really nice day with sunny skies most of the day, mild temperatures and much lighter winds! highs will be mainly in the 50s saturday, but the metro could reach 60 again. stephanie: jack: thank you for spending your time with us tonight.
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